Ceredigion is an unspoilt, mainly rural county in Wales, hosting over 50 miles of glorious coastline along Cardigan Bay and a hinterland comprising the Cambrian Mountains to the east. Charming harbour villages like Tresaith, Gwbert, Aberaeron and New Quay compliment the bustling towns of Cardigan, Aberystwyth, Tregaron and Lampeter. Aberystwyth is the largest town and a seaside resort, where visitors will find the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Ceredigion Museum and more. The county’s stately homes include the Hafod Estate and Llanerchaeron. Ceredigion also has many archaeological remains such as forts, earthworks and standing stones. Historic sites include Aberystwyth and Cardigan Castles, as well as Strata Florida Abbey. Other visitor attractions include Cwmystwyth Mines, Devil's Bridge, Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre, Elvis Rock, Cors Caron and the Vale of Rheidol Railway. Popular leisure pursuits in Ceredigion include hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing, climbing, sailing and horse riding. The numerous award-winning sandy beaches and the long-distance Ceredigion Coast Path provide excellent views of Cardigan Bay, where there are bottlenose dolphins, grey seals and porpoises. See Red Kites circle overhead before swooping down for their daily feed at feeding stations in the Cambrian Mountains.